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    is this a good injection spot for bpc 157 need answers asap - thanks

    IS this spot where the red mark is pointed a good spot for injection (inbetween the 2 veins)? 6 months ago I injected a 3inch needle almost all the way in 90 deg for both arms and injected the bpc in. did it about 4 times each for each arm not much results. My question is did i cause some nerve damage injecting the needle in that area as my arms seem to have not recovered more then 20% since that time. I dont think i did because I didnt notice any worse symptoms after injections if anything i think i got a bit better.

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    Ive been suffering with forearms both burning for almost a year now both arms are messed up. Wearing tight sweaters over them makes them burn instantly and very uncomfortable. Using my phone is a hassle now adays. Ive been resting for almost a year now with barley doing any lifting ive tried going back to the gym here and there and symptoms always flare up the day after the workout. During workout i think to my self that maybe im not so injured and that i can lift as i barly feel any elbow pain but days after they are on fire. So i have been avoiding the gym for a long time now and even that isnt helping. I honestly am starting to go crazy as summer time is coming around and i thought by this time id be back to lifting weights but sadly im still suffering with this weird ass injury its so depressing.


    I have done mri and got my results last week turned out everything is fine and my specialist says i may have nerve damage so they are sending me to do a nerve conduction test and see what turns out. Just waiting on the appointment day at the moment. I have also done physio and they always tell me its not so bad during the assessment they do for testing for tennis elbow i always dont feel pain during those assessment and they all look at me like im tripping about my arms and the fact that sweaters irritate them.


    Sorry for the long post but im just not sure what to do anymore as ive tried bpc, physio, and tb500 in my stomach for a systematic effect and nothing i did god damn near 12 vials of tb500 and barly noticed any effects. Physio doesnt seem to help too. Im thinking i got some sereious nerve damage from my job that caused it where i would be throwing things in bins for 8 hours every day plus go to the gym before or after work and it all caught up to me after 2 years. Thinking of trying bpc157 again and doing more the one vial atleast 4 vials 2 for each arm and see if i get any progress?

    Sorry for the long post i am just very desperate atm and losing patience after not doing what i love for a year now. The gym was a serious addiction to me and you can only imagine not being able to workout for a year. Someone please respond and give me insight on what on earth is going on for my arms my latest physiotherapist sais its from bad posture (which i do have) but i highly doubt thats the cause of it all as i know that i put my arms thru some srs stress the past 2 years.

    If The nerve conduction test comes out with damage to nerve what is it that they would do to my arms? as physio doesnt help much what would they do to help them recover? PRP? Cortisone shot?

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    sorry for the long post i just need some help as i dont seem to be getting good info from my physio and specialists on what is going on with my arms.... It seriously sucks that its both arms....

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    Why in the hell did you bury a 3 inch needle anywhere, much less your forearm?! Don't do that. The spot shown is fine for injecting, but what's the purpose? As little of peptides as is used, technically you could inject anywhere. I wouldn't inject any serious volume there. Ice pinned forearms plenty, but find its not worth the pip or effort.

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    No need for a 3" needle. Typically with IM injections 1.5" for glutes and 1" for other sites would be deep enough dependent on BF levels.

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    so that area its unlikley to hit a nerve? if using a .5 inch needle there should be no worry i assume?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamal123 View Post
    so that area its unlikley to hit a nerve? if using a .5 inch needle there should be no worry i assume?
    It's fine

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    Quote Originally Posted by PT1982 View Post
    It's fine
    okay thanks for the reply im just worried of injecting in that area and hitting some nerve or something.

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    3" that's a dang harpoon! dang near long enough too go clean through you.

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    You must have some serious large balls to stick that 3' needle in you..

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    I thought you had pinned there in hopes of reaching the tendon,
    to self administering a corticosteroid.
    Which is a DONT DO kinda thing.

    But IM injects rarely screw you up for long even if you do manage to hit some nerves.
    Had a friend long time ago hit the sciatic nerve in his glute.
    He thought (or got diagnosed) with (not sure what the English name for it is),
    but the condition where that nerve is inflamed (usually because of a disc herniation), and he just kept on lifting (and pinning) with the "I'm gonna die young philosophy", and he recovered 100% in a short time.

    Did have some other problems later though.
    (Not related, but his philosophy didn't do him good in the long run)

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    If you do a quick search here in forum, you will find little support for the claimed healing properties of bpc 157. But about your questions, why are you trying to inject it locally?

    The effects are systemic, not local.

    Still you haven't damaged any nerve from the local injections, unless theres something else other than bpc 157 in that vial.

    About you injury I don't understand the symptoms, burning sensation?! What was the diagnosis from your doctor? And what is your doctor speciality?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.BB View Post
    If you do a quick search here in forum, you will find little support for the claimed healing properties of bpc 157. But about your questions, why are you trying to inject it locally?

    The effects are systemic, not local.

    Still you haven't damaged any nerve from the local injections, unless theres something else other than bpc 157 in that vial.

    About you injury I don't understand the symptoms, burning sensation?! What was the diagnosis from your doctor? And what is your doctor speciality?
    no one seems to understand. My doctors speciality is that hes a specialist in sports med and injuries, he has givin me an mri and he said it looks fine. Now i am waiting on a nerve conduction test and see if i have any nerve damage from crazy overuse of the forearms. By burning i mean they always tingle and feel aggravated weirdest thing is wearing sweaters i feel the symptoms increase if something is touch my forearms. My physiotherapist sais its from bad posture, i just dont see how that adds up. Such a weird problem a year ago it was elbow pain now elbows dont really hurt but im left with burning/irritation inside my arms. Even using a phone for a short period of time they start to burn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marcus G View Post
    You must have some serious large balls to stick that 3' needle in you..
    and loool i dont even know how i did it lmao now that i think about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamal123 View Post
    no one seems to understand. My doctors speciality is that hes a specialist in sports med and injuries, he has givin me an mri and he said it looks fine. Now i am waiting on a nerve conduction test and see if i have any nerve damage from crazy overuse of the forearms. By burning i mean they always tingle and feel aggravated weirdest thing is wearing sweaters i feel the symptoms increase if something is touch my forearms. My physiotherapist sais its from bad posture, i just dont see how that adds up. Such a weird problem a year ago it was elbow pain now elbows dont really hurt but im left with burning/irritation inside my arms. Even using a phone for a short period of time they start to burn.
    Seems a hands and elbows specialist surgeon would be a best bet.

    Still, seems like overuse. Why dont you stop training for a couple of months? Or your work requires lots of arm work?

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